Turkesterone - CAS 41451-87-0
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Category:
ADCs
Product Name:
Turkesterone
Catalog Number:
41451-87-0
CAS Number:
41451-87-0
Description:
Turkesterone is a phytoecdysteroid possessing an 11alpha-hydroxyl group, also is an analogue of the insect steroid hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone.
Molecular Weight:
496.63
Molecular Formula:
C27H44O8
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ADCs Cytotoxin
Chemical Structure
CAS 41451-87-0 Turkesterone

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Turkesterone is a phytoecdysteroid possessing an 11alpha-hydroxyl group. It is an analogue of the insect steroid hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone. Previous ecdysteroid QSAR and molecular modelling studies predicted that the cavity of the ligand binding domain of the ecdysteroid receptor would possess space in the vicinity of C-11/C-12 of the ecdysteroid. We report the regioselective synthesis of a series of turkesterone 11alpha-acyl derivatives in order to explore this possibility. The structures of the analogues have been unambiguously determined by spectroscopic means (NMR and low-resolution mass spectrometry). Purity was verified by HPLC. Biological activities have been determined in Drosophila melanogaster B(II) cell-based bioassay for ecdysteroid agonists and in an in vitro radioligand-displacement assay using bacterially-expressed D. melanogaster EcR/USP receptor proteins. The 11alpha-acyl derivatives do retain a significant amount of biological activity relative to the parent ecdysteroid.
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Seventeen additional minor ecdysteroid compounds were isolated and identified from the roots of Leuzea carthamoides (Wild.) DC. Eight of them are new phytoecdysteroids: carthamoleusterone (13) is a new side-chain cyclo-ether with five-membered ring; 14-epi-ponasterone A 22-glucoside (12) is a rare and unusual natural 14 beta-OH epimer; 15-hydroxyponasterone A (11) is also new and rare with its C-15 substituted position, as well as 22-deoxy-28-hydroxymakisterone C (18) possessing secondary hydroxyl in position C-28 and 26-hydroxymakisterone C (20) with hydroxy groups in positions 25 and 26. New are also 1 beta-hydroxymakisterone C (21) and 20,22-acetonides of inokosterone (8) and integristerone A (10). Series of already known ecdysteroids: ecdysone (1), 20-hydroxyecdysone 2- and 3-acetates (3 and 4), turkesterone (6), inokosterone (7), 24-epi-makisterone A (14), and amarasterone A (22) are reported here as new constituents of L. carthamoides.